Skip to main content

15
UPLOADS


Media Type
1
collections
13
audio
1
account
Year
15
(No Date)
Topics & Subjects
13
Buddhism
13
Dhamma
13
Dharma
13
Theravada
1
favorites
Collection
Creator
12
aruna ratanagiri buddhist monastery
1
amaravati buddhist monastery
Language
13
English
SHOW DETAILS
up-solid down-solid
eye
Title
Date Archived
Creator
Community Audio
Apr 5, 2019 Aruna Ratanagiri Buddhist Monastery
audio
eye 5
favorite 0
comment 0
Ajahn Munindo was first accepted into the bhikkhu sangha under the Venerable Somdet Nyanasamvaro in 1975 and then later under the Venerable Ajahn Chah in 1976. He came to the UK after approximately five years in training monasteries in Thailand. After an initial period at Cittaviveka Monastery in West Sussex, he moved to Devon where he led the community in establishing the Devon Vihara. In 1991 he became senior incumbent at Aruna Ratanagiri.
Topics: Dhamma, Dharma, Buddhism, Theravada
Community Audio
Apr 3, 2019 Aruna Ratanagiri Buddhist Monastery
audio
eye 4
favorite 0
comment 0
Ajahn Munindo was first accepted into the bhikkhu sangha under the Venerable Somdet Nyanasamvaro in 1975 and then later under the Venerable Ajahn Chah in 1976. He came to the UK after approximately five years in training monasteries in Thailand. After an initial period at Cittaviveka Monastery in West Sussex, he moved to Devon where he led the community in establishing the Devon Vihara. In 1991 he became senior incumbent at Aruna Ratanagiri.
Topics: Dhamma, Dharma, Buddhism, Theravada
Community Audio
Mar 25, 2019 Aruna Ratanagiri Buddhist Monastery
audio
eye 8
favorite 1
comment 0
Ajahn Munindo was first accepted into the bhikkhu sangha under the Venerable Somdet Nyanasamvaro in 1975 and then later under the Venerable Ajahn Chah in 1976. He came to the UK after approximately five years in training monasteries in Thailand. After an initial period at Cittaviveka Monastery in West Sussex, he moved to Devon where he led the community in establishing the Devon Vihara. In 1991 he became senior incumbent at Aruna Ratanagiri.
Topics: Dhamma, Dharma, Buddhism, Theravada
Community Audio
Mar 22, 2019 Aruna Ratanagiri Buddhist Monastery
audio
eye 6
favorite 0
comment 0
Ajahn Munindo was first accepted into the bhikkhu sangha under the Venerable Somdet Nyanasamvaro in 1975 and then later under the Venerable Ajahn Chah in 1976. He came to the UK after approximately five years in training monasteries in Thailand. After an initial period at Cittaviveka Monastery in West Sussex, he moved to Devon where he led the community in establishing the Devon Vihara. In 1991 he became senior incumbent at Aruna Ratanagiri.
Topics: Dhamma, Dharma, Buddhism, Theravada
Community Audio
Mar 21, 2019 Aruna Ratanagiri Buddhist Monastery
audio
eye 11
favorite 1
comment 0
Ajahn Munindo was first accepted into the bhikkhu sangha under the Venerable Somdet Nyanasamvaro in 1975 and then later under the Venerable Ajahn Chah in 1976. He came to the UK after approximately five years in training monasteries in Thailand. After an initial period at Cittaviveka Monastery in West Sussex, he moved to Devon where he led the community in establishing the Devon Vihara. In 1991 he became senior incumbent at Aruna Ratanagiri.
Topics: Dhamma, Dharma, Buddhism, Theravada
Community Audio
Mar 20, 2019 Aruna Ratanagiri Buddhist Monastery
audio
eye 9
favorite 0
comment 0
Ajahn Munindo was first accepted into the bhikkhu sangha under the Venerable Somdet Nyanasamvaro in 1975 and then later under the Venerable Ajahn Chah in 1976. He came to the UK after approximately five years in training monasteries in Thailand. After an initial period at Cittaviveka Monastery in West Sussex, he moved to Devon where he led the community in establishing the Devon Vihara. In 1991 he became senior incumbent at Aruna Ratanagiri.
Topics: Dhamma, Dharma, Buddhism, Theravada
Community Audio
Mar 20, 2019 Aruna Ratanagiri Buddhist Monastery
audio
eye 9
favorite 1
comment 0
Ajahn Munindo was first accepted into the bhikkhu sangha under the Venerable Somdet Nyanasamvaro in 1975 and then later under the Venerable Ajahn Chah in 1976. He came to the UK after approximately five years in training monasteries in Thailand. After an initial period at Cittaviveka Monastery in West Sussex, he moved to Devon where he led the community in establishing the Devon Vihara. In 1991 he became senior incumbent at Aruna Ratanagiri.
Topics: Dhamma, Dharma, Buddhism, Theravada
Community Audio
Mar 19, 2019 Aruna Ratanagiri Buddhist Monastery
audio
eye 8
favorite 1
comment 0
Ajahn Munindo was first accepted into the bhikkhu sangha under the Venerable Somdet Nyanasamvaro in 1975 and then later under the Venerable Ajahn Chah in 1976. He came to the UK after approximately five years in training monasteries in Thailand. After an initial period at Cittaviveka Monastery in West Sussex, he moved to Devon where he led the community in establishing the Devon Vihara. In 1991 he became senior incumbent at Aruna Ratanagiri.
Topics: Dhamma, Dharma, Buddhism, Theravada
Community Audio
Mar 19, 2019 Aruna Ratanagiri Buddhist Monastery
audio
eye 8
favorite 0
comment 0
Ajahn Munindo was first accepted into the bhikkhu sangha under the Venerable Somdet Nyanasamvaro in 1975 and then later under the Venerable Ajahn Chah in 1976. He came to the UK after approximately five years in training monasteries in Thailand. After an initial period at Cittaviveka Monastery in West Sussex, he moved to Devon where he led the community in establishing the Devon Vihara. In 1991 he became senior incumbent at Aruna Ratanagiri. Two books of collected talks by Luang Por Munindo,...
Topics: Dhamma, Dharma, Buddhism, Theravada
Community Audio
Mar 19, 2019 Aruna Ratanagiri Buddhist Monastery
audio
eye 4
favorite 1
comment 0
Ajahn Munindo was first accepted into the bhikkhu sangha under the Venerable Somdet Nyanasamvaro in 1975 and then later under the Venerable Ajahn Chah in 1976. He came to the UK after approximately five years in training monasteries in Thailand. After an initial period at Cittaviveka Monastery in West Sussex, he moved to Devon where he led the community in establishing the Devon Vihara. In 1991 he became senior incumbent at Aruna Ratanagiri. Two books of collected talks by Luang Por Munindo,...
Topics: Dhamma, Dharma, Buddhism, Theravada
Community Audio
Mar 19, 2019 Aruna Ratanagiri Buddhist Monastery
audio
eye 6
favorite 1
comment 0
Ajahn Munindo was first accepted into the bhikkhu sangha under the Venerable Somdet Nyanasamvaro in 1975 and then later under the Venerable Ajahn Chah in 1976. He came to the UK after approximately five years in training monasteries in Thailand. After an initial period at Cittaviveka Monastery in West Sussex, he moved to Devon where he led the community in establishing the Devon Vihara. In 1991 he became senior incumbent at Aruna Ratanagiri.
Topics: Dhamma, Dharma, Buddhism, Theravada
Community Audio
Mar 18, 2019 Aruna Ratanagiri Buddhist Monastery
audio
eye 8
favorite 0
comment 0
Ajahn Munindo was first accepted into the bhikkhu sangha under the Venerable Somdet Nyanasamvaro in 1975 and then later under the Venerable Ajahn Chah in 1976. He came to the UK after approximately five years in training monasteries in Thailand. After an initial period at Cittaviveka Monastery in West Sussex, he moved to Devon where he led the community in establishing the Devon Vihara. In 1991 he became senior incumbent at Aruna Ratanagiri.
Topics: Dhamma, Dharma, Buddhism, Theravada
reggie_metal Favorites
collection
12
ITEMS
0
VIEWS
Mar 18, 2019
collection
eye 0
reggie_metal Favorites
Topic: favorites
Community Audio
Mar 18, 2019 Amaravati Buddhist Monastery
audio
eye 12
favorite 0
comment 0
108 Dhamma Talks by Ajahn Sumedho Ajahn Sumedho was born in the USA, became a bhikkhu in 1967 and trained nine years under Ajahn Chah at Wat Pah Pong, a forest monastery in Ubon province, Thailand. In 1976 he was invited to Britain; he established Cittaviveka (Chithurst Buddhist Monastery) in West Sussex in 1979, and Amaravati Buddhist Monastery in Hertfordshire in 1984. During his thirty-four years of being based in Britain, he taught extensively throughout the world, has inducted more than a...
Topics: Dhamma, Dharma, Buddhism, Theravada